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Is There A Doctor In The House?

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This time it’s a deep dive into one of the greatest film series’ from the Golden Age!

Yes, the Dr Kildare series from MGM provided audiences then and now with a collection of the best stars, the best scripts, and the best stories, all from the hand of Kildare’s original author, Max Brand.

But why exactly did it work so well? And why did it come to a sudden and abrupt end? Find out inside…

There’s music from The Andrews Sisters, alcohol advice from a man who considers himself VERY harassed, and a radio entertainment double bill!

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Episode 59: Old School

This week, the SECRET of how to save yourself from drowning (by drinking a what?)...

The Top 10 "THAT GUYS/GALS"...

Find out which five movies Adam would choose to take to a DESERT ISLAND...

PIMPLE fun!

AND reviews on a very scholarly theme, as we take a trip back to school for a pair of Golden Age school movies that are very much worth your time; 1938's 'A Yank At Oxford', and 1940's 'Tom Brown's School Days'.

Radio entertainment comes courtesy of the Screen Guild Theatre, who present a very special story starring a very special guest...

Also, let prizes be drawn, and let prizes be announced!

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Night Has A Thousand Eyes

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In this week's show, Adam is revolted by Orson Welles' attempt at an Irish accent in 'The Lady From Shanghai', but manages to find two worse examples (if such a thing is possible). He tells Lon Chaney (a very unsuitable Dracula indeed) to man up, and directs your attention to a classic collection coming soon to Blu-Ray.
Reviews this week are 'Horror Island', 'Night Has A Thousand Eyes', 'The Devil-Doll' and the sublime Val Lewton production, 'The Leopard Man'.
Edward G. Robinson stars in this week's radio play, courtesy of the Screen Director's Playhouse.

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Night Has A Thousand Eyes
The Devil-Doll
The Leopard Man
Horror Island
A Brief Look: The Screen Director's Playhouse

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